These typographic T-shirt designs by Mats Ottdal may just change my mind about Nike…
Bold and minimal with a retro aesthetic. Logo monograms for your viewing pleasure.
The muted palette, the mix of wiry lettering and ornaments and of course the quirky ducks make this a fun and stylish wedding invitation.
Two calligraphy blogs to inspire your hand lettering and the strange phenomenon of the upside down N…
We’ve had matchboxes and cigarette packs on here before, so it’s only fitting to add matchbooks to the equation. As Johnny Cash points out, love is a burning flame!
Glitches are described as “sudden, usually temporary malfunctions or irregularities of equipment” and have been embraced and turned into art, both musically and visually, for at least the last two decades or so. What is it that lends such an aesthetically pleasing quality to electronic error?
Joan and Erik Spiekermann’s foundry Fontshop has a very nice collection of typographic education resources available to download for free.
Ed manages to find that golden midway: minimalist yet richly detailed, subtle yet bold, monochrome and colourful.
The New York Times recently launched a Tumblr to share old pictures from their newsroom archive. More exciting than the photos themselves, is the history recorded on the back of each picture.
What could be more exciting than receiving a mystery package from overseas? Well, I was lucky enough to find one in my mailbox this week, all the way from Florence, Italy…